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A Kanjivaram wedding for Esha Deol

Mother Hema Malini says she will wed her daughter off in typical South Indian style

  • IANS
  • Published: 00:00 June 16, 2012
  • Tabloid on Saturday

Actress Hema Malini has planned a typical South Indian wedding for her elder daughter Esha Deol, who will marry businessman Bharat Takhtani on July 29, and says everybody will be in Kanjivaram saris.

“Yes, it will be a complete South Indian-style wedding, which will take place in a temple,” Hema said. A Tamil Iyengar, the veteran actress is married to Dharmendra, who is from Punjab.

When asked what Esha will wear on her D-day, she said: “It will be Kanjivaram, but I don’t want to talk much about her look and costumes right now. You will have to wait and watch, but all of us will be in Kanjivaram saris.”

Esha got engaged to Bharat on February 12 at her mum’s residence.

— IANS

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